USAR Florida Regional Qualifiers
-and Doubles for Fun-
April 19-21, 2013
Richey Racquet Club - 8836 US HWY 19 - Port Richey, FL
Please be available to start play Friday 4pm.
Late start time requests will be considered but not guaranteed.
Registration Deadline is April 9.
Tournament Director: Kim Roy - cell# 603-491-1494 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospitality: Tournament T-shirt; Meals provided for tournament players:
Fri (dinner); Sat (breakfast/lunch/dinner); Sun (breakfast)
Guests: $20/weekend guest fee includes tournament food throughout the weekend
there is no charge for guests to just watch the tournament matches
Awards: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place medals for each skill division and open age divisions (24-, 25+, 30+, 35+, 40+, 45+, 50+, etc) with at least 8 participants
1st and 2nd place medals for each skill division and open age divisions (24-, 25+, 30+, 35+, 40+, 45+, 50+, etc) of less than 8 participants
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place medals for combined Aage, Bage, and Cage divisions with at least 8 participants
1st and 2nd place medals for combined Aage, Bage, and Cage divisions with less than 8 participants
1st and 2nd place medals for combined doubles divisions.
Divisions: Participants may compete in more than one national qualifying event as long as they have not won that division in a previous national qualifying event. Participants may only enter 1 skill division. Tournament Director reserves the right to re-classify any player. Divisions may be combined especially for a division of less than 8 participants.
Ball: Pro Penn (green)
Referees: Winners will be required to referee the next match; find a suitable replacement.
Rankings/Seeding: USAR rankings and last year's Regionals results will be used for seeding purposes.
Rules/Sanctioning: USAR sanctioned tournament. USAR membership required prior to tournament and may be purchased by calling Terri Morse at the USAR office - 719-886-1302 x123 or online at www.usra.org. USAR rules apply. No consolation matches. The tournament directors reserve the right to forfeit or deny entry to any player. The 15 minute forfeit rule will be enforced. Approved eye guards must be worn at all times on the court.